You can help tornado victims
Hope everybody out there is doing ok after the terrible storms that came through the area where many of you live. If you're like me, you were just kind of stunned when it all happened. Not knowing what to do. That time is over. It is time to act. Many of you have already begun assisting in clean up efforts, donating items, helping neighbors, etc... Some of you may be like me, wanting to help but not knowing how. So far I have one way you can help. Latham United Methodist Church in South Huntsville at 109 Weatherly Road will be a drop off point for supplies. The drop off point is in Farley Hall (the basketball court) which is on the Strong Drive side of Latham. Here is a list of what is needed most: Water, flood buckets, sun screen, tarps, UMCOR health kits, First Aid kits, non-perishable food items, diapers, bottle water (in some areas, we are currently getting a lot of water trucked in), gas-powered generators. All these can be brought to Latham. We'll get them where they are needed and carry the rest to the UM Disaster Relief warehouse in Decatur. If you have the resources, begin gathering these items today. Tomorrow (Sunday) will be a better day for dropping off items. This is the very early planning stages so stay tuned for more information. Volunteers will be needed to receive items as well as transport. Also, I will be organizing a boot camp to collect supplies as well. There will be a boot camp for anybody who wants to come (men, women, children 12 and up). The only cost will be one of the above items to be donated. If any of you are in need or know someone who is, pass it on and I will do everything I can to help. Thanks for all that you do. I'm blessed to have such awesome clients, friends, family, and readers. My number is 256-468-7146 and my e-mail address is info@HuntsvilleBootCamp.com if you need anything, have questions, or need to drop something off in the next few days.